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security or medicare or medicaid. we have a complete economy. the only thing saying the economy are hard working entrepreneurs, small business people, ceos, people who are being creative. we are still hobbling along. what we need is a reagan recovery of 1 million jobs a month and until we get that the market could still go about this economy is going nowhere. cheryl: back to the adp no. it was corporations and they change the way they tabulate the numbers because of the partnership with moody's but these are large scale corporations that are hiring. maybe there's a positive trend we are ignoring. >> and won't that there's some hiring going on but i don't know it is 100,000 or 200,000. i think is 75,000. as my prediction for the number tomorrow. the call the change between moody's and macro economic advisers previously working on the number timely because they got a good number right before the election but let's not forget they take the survey for the unemployment rate and the non-farm payroll number in the third weekend second week of the month so the bureau of labor statistics being ou
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